Awaji Island in Hyogo Prefecture, blessed with good soil, is one of the leading Kawara (Japanese traditional roof tiles) producing areas in Japan. Ripper is useful for cutting threads for seams and punching holes for buttonholes. The handle of the ripper is finished with Awaji Kawara.
This is a ceramic tile, one of the Awaji Kawara roof tiles, which is glazed and fired. The tiles have a smooth texture glossy color coat on the rustic texture.
Two colors are available: gentle " White" and chic "Gray."
The handle is square in shape with a rounded edge.
The length and thickness are designed to fit well into female hands. There is no small stress of rolling around in the middle of work. It has a nice weight and is not overly heavy to use.
Each has a silk tassel with gold threads that match the color of the glaze. The seam ripper is a sharp blade made in Japan, and its cover is made of genuine leather with the Cohana logo engraved.
Partially Unstitch the Seam Hold the ripper with the red ball side up.Unstitch A Wide Range of Seams with A Single Slide Hold the ripper with the red ball side down.
Buttonhole Piercing Hold the ripper with the red ball side up. Place a sewing pin at the end point of the buttonhole to prevent overcutting.
Awaji Kawara｜Irakato／South Awaji City of Awaji Island
Irakato, located in Tsui, South Awaji City of Awaji Island, was established in 1950 and has inherited the Kawara (Japanese traditional roof tiles) manufacturing method from his grandfather's generation. Using good soil from the island, Irakato makes a wide variety of products in search of new possibilities for Kawara that add colors to everyday life.
All measurements are for reference. Please note in advance that the actual dimensions of the product may slightly vary.